Here are some additional resources on biking in the Iowa City community and beyond, including maps, bike clubs and advocacy groups:Iowa City...
Biking at Iowa
As part of its 2020 Vision, the UI is committed to reducing the carbon impact of transportation and is seeking 10% reduction in per capita emissions of fossil fuel-produced CO2 from University-related transportation and travel. One of the ways you can help reduce this impact is to bike to work or class.
Biking at Iowa is an environmentally-friendly and healthy alternative to driving on campus. Whether it's commuting, competitive biking, or anything in between, Iowa is a great place to bike. The League of American Bicyclists has designated the University of Iowa as a Silver Bicycle Friendly University.
See Parking and Transportation's Biking Page for information on:
- Bicycle Parking and a Bicycle Parking Map
- Bicycle Operating & Parking Regulations
- Bicycle Safety Reminders
- Bicycle Registration
- Bicycle Repair Stations
See the UI Department of Public Safety's tips to prevent bike theft.
While winter biking may seem hard, there are plenty of easy measures you can take to make the most of the colder months. First, make sure that you...
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The Winter Warrior Challenge was created to demonstrate bicycling is not only possible, it can be fun — even in winter.
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More great coverage on the League of American Bicyclists Silver recognition of the University of Iowa's bike friendliness.
Check out these tips from Little Village Magazine on how to bike safely through the winter.